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City Youth Match Reports 22nd May 2021

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 22nd May 2021



The STACY GIRLS Under 18's won the Group A league today by beating Garston Ladies Junior Lionesses away 6-1 with Maz Horne-Batet scoring two of the goals whilst Harriett Lethbridge also scored a neat brace as well. The other goals were scored by Emma Judd and Mia Pinkham with Katie Weaver being named player of the match.

Away to Sarratt Rebels Tigers Girls were the STACY GIRLS Under 16's North in Group C and following a tight first half saw the North eventually go down 5-2 with the hosts scoring a few goals in the second half. Kiera Ward scored both North’s goals following some good finishing inside the box whilst Esme Hume won the player of the match award.

At home to Hitchin Belles Blues Girls saw the STACY GIRLS Under 15's South pick up a point in Group C with a goal from Maisie Humphreys with Charlotte Chapman being named player of the match. 

The STACY GIRLS Under 15's North had two matches in Group F of the HGFPL between three days and in the first one saw them beat Harpenden Colts Jaguars 4-0 at home with the deadly Thisbe Danford scoring a superb hat-trick whilst Sarah-Jane Spears netted the fourth goal. 

In their next match in Group F saw them play at home to Berkhamsted Raiders Blue Girls and the STACY GIRLS Under 15's North hit five goals to go on and win 5-1 with Abbie Bierman hitting two goals whilst Elsa Leech, Thisbe Danford and Sarah-Jane Spears all scored one apiece to round-up the scoreline. The player of the match in the first game was Lucie Kemp whilst in the second game it was won by Abbie Bierman. This win now extends the 15's North Girls lead at the top to twelve points.

Away to Stevenage Starlets Navy were the STACY GIRLS Under 14's South in Group E and despite them trailing by two goals to nil at the break and hitting back with a fine goal from Sofia Boughalia they eventually went on to lose 7-1. The player of the match went to the energetic Emily Martin.

A Michelle Lam early goal for the STACY GIRLS Under 13's North got them going to take a 2-0 lead at half time away to Kings Langley Red Girls in a Group A fixture. They also had three other goals disallowed in the first half by an over eager linesman. Although Kings Langley pulled a goal back a superb strike from Rebecca Smith put the icing on the cake as the North went on to win 3-1 to end the season with a fine victory.

The STACY GIRLS Under 13's Wildcats played a friendly against Harpenden Rovers Girls and they went onto win 9-0 with player of the match Robyn Page scoring an excellent hat-trick. The other goalscorers for the Wildcats were Elsa McGaughey 2, Poppy Williams-Leung 2, Sophie Cohen, and Reese Anscomb.

Away to Hitchin Belles Blues Girls were the STACY GIRLS Under 12's Central in Group C and after a very tight and close game the Central gradually went onto win by the odd goal in five by three goals to two. Scoring the goals were Lauren Viney with a brace whilst Emily Ball got one.

The STACY GIRLS Under 12's Wildcats played a double header against Bury Rangers Girls in Group D and in the first match saw the Wildcats lose 2-0 but in the second game it was a different story as they went onto record a 5-2 victory. Scoring the goals were Imogen Miller, Chloe Nutall, Emily Clarke, Maya Till and Nola Collingridge. The players of the match were Lara Graham for the first game and Zara Millar for the second.

Harpenden Colts Jets Girls and the STACY GIRLS Under 12's North played a real cracking match and it was the latter who turned up trumps by winning this away game 7-2 in their final match in HGPFL Group G match. The North Girls took all three points in this dominant display which now means three wins and three draws in their last six matches for them to finish very strongly indeed. The goalscorers for the North Girls were Shea Fagan 2, Rachel Kincaid, Verity Lobina, Roxie Kosh and two from player of the match Sophie McMahon.

In the Purple division of the HGPFL were the STACY GIRLS Under 11's Wildcats and their opponents were Harpenden Colts Jaguars Girls and it was a very entertaining game and Evie Dullaghan-Stone opened the scoring after running onto a well-timed through ball. Then Emily Dormer added a second goal with a real belter whilst player of the match Evie Dullaghan-Stone ran from the halfway line and in doing so saw her hold off three players to slot home her second goal of the match with five minutes to go.

The STACY GIRLS Under 10's Central played away to Ruislip Rangers Clarets Girls in a Pink division match and scoring a couple of goals for Central were Lilia Clarke and Amber Fells with one apiece. The player of the match was awarded to goalkeeper Grace Smith who was just brilliant between the sticks as she maintained a clean sheet.

Also in a Pink division match were the STACY GIRLS Under 10's Romans and they were playing away to Watford Ladies Hornets and the Romans took the lead when Annabel Latham slipped a slide rule pass for to Lucy Leonard to run through and with only the keeper to beat saw her finish off with aplomb. Lucy Carter scored a second goal for Central when she cut in from the left and sent a low shot that went fizzing along the top of the surface which the keeper could not hold onto. Eden Boswell made a fine save late on to keep the Hornets out. Eden Boswell, Helena Armoogum and Orla Henry all played well in defence whilst Annabel Latham and Rose Sharman saw them work hard in midfield. The player of the match went to Lucy Carter who gave an outstanding performance with her superb runs and tackling during the game.

At home to Meninas FC Recife Girls were the STACY GIRLS Under 9 Romans and scoring the goals for the Romans in the Pink division fixture were Nadee Keilfa-Young with three, Grace Fergie and Ellie Roberts with one apiece. Also getting on the scoresheet was Amelia Ramirez-Baez with two and she was also named as player of the match for her great goals and for her fine saves as she took her turn in goal.

The STACY GIRLS Under 9's Central were playing their club mates the STACY GIRLS Under 9's Wildcats in the Purple division and there were plenty of goals in this match with Jess Kutcher scoring four, Evie Rosenheim with an excellent hat-trick plus Isabella Habbouchi with one. The player of the match for Central was Bella Batchellor and for the Wildcats it was awarded to Cecilia Turton.

The STACY Girls Under 8' North were away to Berkhamsted Raiders Red Girls in the Pink division and Jessica Barrett who was in fine form hit a glorious hat-trick with Hannah Smith scoring one. The player of the match went to the hard-working Martha Mellors. This now makes it six good results on the bounce.

Also having a great result were the STACY GIRLS Under 8's Orient in the Purple division and they were away to Berkhamsted Raiders Blues Girls and Josie Henriksen scored the first one with a long-range strike whilst Grace Taylor added a goal with a neat effort from the edge of the box. Mia Pishardoy scored with a magnificent volley whilst Rosie Harris scored twice with her second goal being smashed past the keeper at her near post. Maddie Latham added two more goals to the Orient total with the first following a great dribble and finish whilst her second came after a great team move. Sophia Ashcroft played the ball to Josie Henriksen who then helped it onto Mia Pisharody who then knocked it onto Grace Taylor for her to set up Maddie Latham who instantly lashed the ball into the back of the net to complete the scoring for the Orient Girls. The player of the match went to captain Josie Hendriksen who gave an imperious display in the defence.